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O'Reilly Network Discusses "Internet Wayback Machine"

The O'Reilly Network is carrying an article that explains the "Internet Wayback Machine", a web site with 100 terabytes of web archival information. Included in this article is an interview with Brewster Kahle, president of Alexa Internet the designer of the Wayback Machine, and a subsidiary of Amazon.com.

Looking at the Internet Wayback Machine itself, located at http://www.archive.org/, we were able to find content that appeared on CTDATA.com back to December 1996! Similarly, content from RCNJ.org goes back to November 1998.

The Internet Wayback Machine is not just a fun web site, it's a great research resource. We can only imagine the uses people will find for this site.

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